Hanging around a cemetery

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When I first got to Oakland cemetery it was raining so I stood under the covered porch at the visitor’s center and was watching the house sparrows feed at the feeder.

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The rain stopped and it was only a light drizzle so I started walking around.  I saw this brown thrasher in the bushes by the center.

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My first American goldfinch. It’s either a female or juvenile.  Males have a small black cap on their forehead. They are not uncommon in central Florida but they usually only come through during migration and I kept missing them. Thanks to Cobb for the ID.

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Pigeon hanging around the cemetery.

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Yes, another robin. They were everywhere I went in Atlanta.

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These two juvenile robins were chasing each other around.

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Another brown thrasher.

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Squirrel eating his nut upside down. He makes it look so comfortable.

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Someone had been walking his dog and they sat down to rest.

Just a few things I saw on my rainy walk around the Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta.

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